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Stream Measurement’s Pedigree shines through in national projects


Date: 23.09.2008

When prestigious new buildings, such as the new grandstand at Ascot and the Great Northern Tower in Manchester have a common denominator in its metering supplier, you know that company must have a fine pedigree, superb product portfolio and above all a track record in solving metering issues.

That company is Stream Measurement of Oldham, formed in 1999 as a result of a partial acquisition of Schlumberger’s Measurement Division – Europe, with over 80 years of experience in the management team based in Oldham Stream have been successful in supplying from its extensive stockholding the meters used in a variety of ground breaking new builds across UK. This success is driven through the strategy of level headed metering expertise and “old school” supply – values that M& E contractors find essential during the second fix phase of any building commission.

Stream , headed up by Andy Maber, is recognised in process flow control industries as one of the leading players in the distribution market, with a number of leading manufacturers choosing the Stream team to represent them in the UK non utility market, some of the projects now completed include:-

Royal Ascot - Grandstand. There are few sporting venues that can match the rich heritage and history of Ascot Racecourse. Over the past 300 years Royal Ascot has established itself as a national institution and the centrepiece of the British social calendar as well as being the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world. Stream supplied Crown House Engineering (Part of Laing O'Rourke) with a number of Gas and Water meters. Gas meters were a mix of Actaris U Series Diaphragm and MZ Turbine. Water meters were 100mm and 200mm Actaris Woltex Cold water meters with STA Straighteners to laminise flow when no straight lengths available.

Great Northern Tower - is 72 m of sloped high-rise apartment building, located in the heart of the City of Manchester 260 Actaris 20mm Aquadis Cold Water Meters. . Construction began in 2004 with completion in 2007. The total cost of the development was £32,800,000 and comprises 257 apartments. Clad in glass, metal, and grey tiles, the tower slopes in profile from 10 to 25 storeys and is the sixth tallest building in Manchester. Stream supplied EMCOR Building Services of Bristol with

Institute of Cancer Research – Sutton Surrey From its foundation in 1909 as a small research department of the Royal Marsden Hospital, the Institute has grown to become one of the world’s foremost independent cancer research organisations.

K2 Crawley Leisure Centre - K2 is Crawley Council’s new state of the art leisure centre, with more than 40 sports and activities on offer. Stream worked closely with EMCOR Building Services with MZ turbine gas meters.

Manchester Joint Hospital - The Manchester New Hospitals Development on the site of the Manchester Royal Infirmary is the largest single healthcare investment ever in Greater Manchester. The scheme creates five new state-of-the-art hospitals: Women’s, Eye, Adult, Children’s and new provision for Mental Health users. In total, 150 000 m2 of floor space will be provided in15 new buildings. The project started in 2005, and is scheduled for completion in 2010. Total cost is budgeted at £383 million. Stream in cooperation with TAC Satchwell have supplied a range of application driven water meters,

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